Pay TV giant Foxtel’s stranglehold on live sport coverage just got that much more tighter with the announcement of Kayo Sports. Billed as “the Netflix of sport,” Kayo is Australia’s first multi-sport streaming service pulling content from all of Foxtel’s major sports channels. It enables unprecedented access to cricket, rugby, AFL, golf, motorsport and a host of other local and international sports.
What’s even more impressive is the price, with the standard two-device plan only costing you $25. While this does make Kayo Sports one of the more expensive streaming services in Australia, when you consider it costs $52 to receive the same content with a Foxtel subscription, 25 bucks is an absolute steal.
Along with access to the majority of major sports Kayo also offers a unique user experience. At first glance, the menus seem extremely easy to navigate and the addition of a “no spoilers” mode means you won’t accidentally see the scores while searching for a reply. All channels also stream in 1080p so you’ll be able to watch every A-League goal in all it’s glory or another Aussie collapse in HD during the Boxing Day test.
You can sign up now for a free 14 day trial and then fork out either $25 for two devices or $35 per month for three devices, with no lock-in contract.
You can find out more at Kayo Sports’ website.